Many RVers have become so accustomed to hooking up to shore power (120-volt electrical service) that they are in somewhat of a quandary of what they should do when they find themselves without it for … [Read More...]
If you've never tried RV boondocking, you'll quickly learn that full-hookup RV park stays are totally different from a dry camping experience. When you’re thinking of making the switch, these two RV … [Read More...]
In the United States, skin cancer is the most common type of cancer, and ultraviolet or UV radiation from the sun is the main cause. Most golfers are aware of this scary fact, but skin cancer still … [Read More...]
Too many good things in RVing are becoming less and less available. Of late, that seems to include free RV waste dumping stations. In recent years, you could dump your tanks at many highway rest … [Read More...]
Who doesn’t love new gear? There always seems to be new and improved stuff coming at you, but living in an RV requires some careful consideration as to what gets priority over the valuable space … [Read More...]
Using your stove or oven on a hot summer day can heat up the inside of your RV fast. Head outside to cook or rather opt for cold meals like sandwiches or salads that do not need to be heated up. These … [Read More...]
Traveling with children can be challenging as there are more logistics to consider, more items to transport, and typically only a couple of adults to implement the needs of the entire family. Using an … [Read More...]
Newborn deer fawns in the wild are a precious sight. Just don’t get too close or a mother deer attack could ruin your RV trip. Here's how to keep you and your pets out of harms way.
That Adorable … [Read More...]
Recently, the country christened its 61st national park. Joining that elite group is the former Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. In February, President Trump signed a bill that included redesignating … [Read More...]
Today's new luxury motorhomes are like mansions on wheels with all of their high-end features. They are even fancier and more spacious than many sticks-and-bricks homes and apartments. These are some … [Read More...]
In our continuing RV travels through Georgia there is another historic water-powered mill worth a stop. Just south of Fayetteville you will encounter the very scenic Starrs Mill.
As we learned in … [Read More...]
Your campground of the future is just around the corner. Imagine your camping experience featuring everything from self-driving smores delivery bots to elevated campsites built atop water causeways. … [Read More...]
Montana lives up to its nickname, Big Sky Country. As the state’s largest city, Billings is relatively small with just over 100,000 inhabitants. But numerous visitors flock to Billings annually, … [Read More...]
For the past few entries, we have been exploring the golden history and waterfalls among the rolling hills of the Dahlonega area in North Georgia. In this entry, we are heading south towards Atlanta, … [Read More...]
Tropical Trails will be celebrating their Grand Opening soon in June 2019. The newest luxury resort to hit the Texas Gulf Coast is located in the southern tip of Texas, just north of Brownsville and a … [Read More...]
Whether you're visiting the Glenwood Springs area or just passing through the area on Interstate 70, the 12.5-mile stretch of interstate that passes through Glenwood Canyon will give you some dramatic … [Read More...]
Workamping before retirement isn’t for everyone, but for this Illinois couple it’s working out great. Even their dogs are benefiting from the experience.
“We started to have friends get cancer, … [Read More...]
Spring is a great time to visit the Peach State while the azaleas are in full bloom. Located two hours northwest of Augusta is Victoria Bryant State Park in Royston.
Nestled in the rolling hills of … [Read More...]